archive-org.com » ORG » N » NEZHAT.ORG

Total: 249

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Stage I Ovarian Carcinoma: Different Clinical Pathologic Patterns
    histology analysis RESULT S Twenty two cases 29 were serous papillary carcinomas and 54 were nonserous carcinomas 71 40 endometrioid 10 clear cell and 4 mixed endometrioid and clear cell carcinomas Ninety eight percent of ovarian endometriosis 95 of endometrial carcinomas and 83 of endometrial polyps and hyperplasias were associated with nonserous carcinomas Most patients with serous papillary carcinoma presented with asymptomatic pelvic masses patients with nonserous carcinomas presented with

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/24.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgery for Endometriosis
    393 Abstract Advanced operative laparoscopy in general and videolaseroscopy using CO2 laser via operative channel of the laparoscope and video specifically has revolutionized the management of endometriosis Adhesion formation is reduced and subsequent fertility rates exceed those obtained with laparotomy

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/25.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgical treatment of endometriosis via laser laparoscopy
    patients These patients were followed for a period ranging from 12 to 18 months during which time there were 62 pregnancies including 9 spontaneous abortions and 1 elective termination The rates of conception after surgery were as follows 75 for patients with mild endometriosis 62 for patients with moderate endometriosis 42 1 for patients with severe endometriosis and 50 for patients with extensive endometriosis Of 102 patients presenting with infertility

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/26.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgical treatment of endometriosis via laser laparoscopy and videolaseroscopy
    termination of a pregnancy The rates of conception after surgery were as follows 75 for patients with mild endometriosis stage I American Fertility Society 62 for patients with moderate endometriosis stage II AFS 42 1 for patients with severe endometriosis stage III ASF and 50 for patients with extensive endometriosis stage IV AFS Standard treatment of infertility associated with endometriosis includes both medical danazol oral contraceptives progestins and surgical laparotomy

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/27.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Synchronous Rectovaginal, Urinary Bladder and Pulmonary Endometriosis
    recto vaginal pulmonary bladder ureteral bowel extrapelvic and extragenital and were unable to find any prior case reports of such findings A 31 year old female presented with catamenial dysuria of 1 year duration pleurisy associated with spontaneous pneumothoraces of 7 months duration and a long standing history of pelvic pain A multispecialty team with experience in endoscopic techniques was assembled consisting of a thoracic a urologic and a gynecologic

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/28.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • The Dilemma of Endometriosis: Is consensus possible with an enigma?
    Steril 2005 Dec 84 6 1587 8 Abstract Many will agree that the use of laparoscopy to diagnose and potientially treat endometriosis in patients who suffer from infertility has been superseded by IVF and sometimes oocyte donation especially in older

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/29.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • The Direct Trocar Technique: An Alternative Approach to Abdominal Entry for Laparoscopy
    The mode of abdominal entry patient demographics and complications were reviewed RESULTS The transumbilical direct trocar entry method was used in 1223 patients In 133 patients the Veress needle insertion technique was used Open laparoscopy was used in 22 patients Three 0 21 major complicadons occurred 1 enterotomy 1 omental herniation and 1 bowel hemiation One complication was related to primary access 0 072 in a patient who had an

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/30.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • The Incidence of Adhesions After Prior Laparotomy: A Laparoscopic Appraisal
    midline incisions had significantly more adhesions 58 of 102 than those with Pfannenstiel incisions 70 of 258 Patients with midline incisions performed for gynecologic indications had significantly more adhesions 109 of 259 than all types of incisions performed for obstetric indications 12 of 55 The presence of adhesions in patients with previous obstetric surgery was not affected by the type of incision Adhesions to the bowel were significantly more frequent

    Original URL path: http://www.nezhat.org/camran/reference_library_3/31.html?iframe=true&width=85%&height=85% (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive